Milk Caps and Lids Squish Painting: Process Art for Kids

The other day we felt like Painting and our bag of milk caps and lids was sitting on the counter so we grabbed them and…

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other day we felt like Painting and our bag of milk caps and lids was sitting
on the counter so we grabbed them and some paint and got to work creating art!
There is something about art with circles that I love! The Milk Caps and
lids work great as stamps (no foam required). The
kids had fun using the lids to squish the paint onto their paper. As
the paint is squished the caps create cool patterns in the paint!  This activity is so easy and fun!




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Milk Caps and Lids Squish Painting

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Directions:

1.  Spread paint on the top of the lid with your finger or paintbrush. Make sure there is plenty of paint.

2.  Stamp the lid onto paper and pull the lid straight up to get the textured pattern.

Kids could also try twisting the lids, sliding the lids across the paper, using the other side of the lid to create circle outlines, and whatever creative idea pops in their head!

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Love, Katie & the Kiddos

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